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    1. What are the steps that you take when creating a task analysis for later use with a chaining procedure with a client?

    2. How might your task analyses for the same skill differ from one client to the next?

    3. How would you make the choice of what type of chaining procedure to use when teaching a self-help skill to a client?

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    Hi,

    1.What are the steps that you take when creating a task analysis for later use with a chaining procedure with a client?
    2.How might your task analyses for the same skill differ from one client to the next?

    Task analysis consists of "breaking a complex skill or series of behaviors into smaller, teachable units" (Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2007, slide 8). These tasks are meant to be done in a sequential order and are designed to assist someone with completing a task or skill. Chaining procedures are when a specific set of behaviors are each associated with a particular stimulus condition and when linked, they form a type of chain that produces a desirable outcome (Cooper, et al., 2007).

    When creating a task ...

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    The steps to take when creating a task analysis for later use chaining procedures with a client are given. The task analysis for the same skills to differ from one client to the next are provided. The skills which differ from one client to the next are given. The type of chaining procedures to use when teaching a self-help skill to a client are given.

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